Events & Talks


The Center for Race and Public Education in the South is host to a series of events including lectures, symposia and an annual Summer Teachers Institute. 

Current Events


Below is an embedded Google calendar with all of the events. If you cannot see this calendar, please try another web browser. Below the Google calendar is a summary of all the events with iCal links.

 

Fall 2020 Event Summary

Below is a quick summary of dates, times, locations and downloadable iCal/Outlook links.

Student-Led CRPES Student Meeting (open to all UVA students)

  • Wednesday, October 28th from 12:30-1:30PM EST, CRPES is looking to engage with UVA students who are interested in Race & Education. Current CRPES students will be leading a virtual conversation with any UVA students interested in Race & Education to better understand what students need and how CRPES can better support their scholarship. No registration required, join via zoom link: https://tinyurl.com/CRPESstudent or with Zoom ID: 995 9468 8225 and Passcode: CRPES2020.

CRPES & Curry Research Lecture (open to all)

  • Friday, October 2nd from 11-12 PM EST, Dr. Dr. Bianca Baldridge will be giving a talk. Co-sponsored by Youth-Nex, the Curry Research Lectureship Series, and the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at the School of Education and Human Development. iCal link forthcoming.
  • Friday, October 16th from 12-1:30pm EST, Dr. Juan Garibay presents on "Results from a Preliminary Study on Black Student Responses to a University's Enslavement History." Co-sponsored by the School Research Lectureship Series. Download iCal/Outlook

Abstract: Over the past fifteen years, a growing number of universities have begun to examine their respective institution's involvement in slavery. However, such research has yet to explore whether, and if so, how this historical context may play a role in contemporary Black students’ college experiences. In this talk, Garibay will share results from a pilot survey conducted at a Southern institution with a historical involvement in slavery. He will discuss how Critical Race Quantitative Inquiry and Anti-Blackness literature were used to devise a methodology to (a) measure various ways students respond to an institution's history of slavery, and (b) explore factors that may relate to student responses to the institution's slavery history. Lastly, implications of the preliminary findings for quantitative research in higher education and the higher education reparations movement will be discussed, as well as next steps to expand the study.

Works-In-Progress Meetings (open to all):

Faculty Meetings (please note, these meetings are for internal CRPES faculty by invitation only):